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points over -- that's four percentage points over president obama, and with the clock ticking down until voters head to the polls, every minute, every second on the campaign trail could be critical. chris stirewalt is our fox news digital politics editor and host of "power play" on live. chris, hello from dallas. >> hi, megyn. meg and let's -- i'm still thinking about boca even though i've maneuvered over to -- moved over to dallas. [laughter] but these two candidates are eyes on the road. they are all about what's over the next two weeks and ground game. your thoughts on where we go in the wake of last night from here. >> well, here's the deal, even if the president can claim a victory inside the debate winning with some focus groups, not others, even if he can say that, he didn't achieve his objective, and the objective last night was to use the last remaining scheduled moment to reset an election that he's losing, that he's on his way to lose, that he missed his opportunity to reset the race. he came out swinging very hard against mitt romney, cometted on the attack, scorn
now. megyn: fantastic job. and a fox news alert on the final faceoff between president obama and governor romney and how this became a debate that some political analysts are now calling a must-win for the president. welcome to "america live" where we are today live from lynn university in boca raton, florida. the site of it all. i'm megyn kelly. in eight hours the president and the republican challenger go head to head on this stage to face off on foreign policy. that topic could not be any hotter right now with new fallout almost every day from the administration's changing response to the terror attack in libya that killed our ambassador and three other americans a little more than a month ago. joining us now to explain what to watch for and why it matters, chris stirewalt, our fox news digital politics editor and host of "power play" on along with marc thiessen, who's a washington post columnist and a former george w. bush speech writer. gentlemen, welcome to lynn university. here's the interesting thing i saw, stirewalt, in preparation for this debate. the pr
on the right, president obama on the left. look at the different messaging there. the headline very specific. >> in the final weeks of this election, he is counting on you for getting that his policies are not going to work. he is hoping you won't remember and he will come down with a case of what we call "rom-nesia." [cheers] [applause] megyn: so what does this mean in the final days? chris stirewalt is host of "power play" and a fox news correspondent. what do you think? the headline on the "des moines register" says a lot. reporter: the president took a huge risk on running an intensely negative campaign as an incumbent gray that. that is generally not one incumbent presidents do. they made a decision over six or seven months as to what has been shorthanded as the kill romney strategy. it works to some good effect and then romney had the first debate. he was different than what had been prescribed in the ads and he started to rise. now you see the president with no choice but to intensify those attacks and intensify the effort to try to kill romney in the closing days of the campaign. meg
alert. a series of e-mails obtained by fox news, today raising questions about the obama administration's version of events in the terror attack at the u.s. consulate in benghazi. on 9/11 of this year. welcome to "america live." i am megyn kelly. we are going to sort this out for you. the e-mails were fired off on 9/11 of this year. as for americans were desperately fighting for their lives. one of those e-mails saying the 20 on people had fired an thosen the compound. they tried to bide their time until backup to get there, but that time would never come. that e-mail was sent on tuesday, september 11, at 4:05 p.m. eastern. it was sent to people linked to the state department. the white house situation room and those working under the director of national intelligence. people with the pentagon and the fbi, with the subject line u.s. diplomatic mission in benghazi under attack. chief intelligence correspondent catherine herridge has breaking news now. she is live in washington. reporter: these two documents appear to be the most significant up-to-date. he takes the real-time information
can bring that real change to our country. [cheers] [applause] >> four years ago, candidate obama spoke to the scale of the times. today, he shrinks from them, trying to distract our attention from the biggest issues to the smallest issues. from characters on sesame street and silly word games to misdirected personal attacks that he knows are false. the president's campaign falls fall short of the magnitude of these times. and the presidency has fallen far short of the promises of his last campaign. four years ago, america voted for a post- partisan president. they have seen the most partisan political president, and washington is in gridlock because of this. president obama promised to bring us together. but every turn he sought to divide and demonize. he promised to cut the deficit in half. but he doubled it. how about his budget? it failed to win a single vote, even republican and democrat, in either the house or the congress. he said he would reform medicare and social security and save them from insolvency. but he shrunk from proposing any solution at all. president obama's p
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